The 2021 Diverse Film Fund filmmakers have produced their own short doc on Black British Lives Today. Catch each film throughout October, the UK's recognised Black History Month. More information on each film can be found by clicking on the name. 

Superheroes Wear Hoodies

Jason Osborne

Following the rise in Covid-19 cases and food insecurity in the beginning of 2020, a small band of young leaders show that not all superheros wear capes, some wear hoodies.

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Our Land 

Alexandra Genova

In England’s predominantly white agricultural industry, two black food growers are on the search for their own land to launch their farming business.

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Barry The Bee Keeper 

Ikram Ahmed

Barry the Bee Keeper

Barry's story and mission will tug at your heartstrings. It is a lesson of hope and togetherness, which is one thing we can learn from the bees. Bee ready!

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The Black Equestrian 

Sheila Kayuma

Equestrianism is known as ‘The Sport of Kings,’ however three black British women are coming forward to shine a light on the side less seen of this beautiful heritage sport.

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Beyonce Experience

Blaise Singh

Giving up your day job to follow a dream is as hard as it seems. But what about when that dream involves controversey, the spotlight and Beyonce's set list. Do not miss the Beyonce Experience this October.

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Learn more about the Diverse Film Fund >>

Together TV’s Diverse Film Fund is a newly created fund to support new creative talent to tell the stories that need to be told about Britain today...

Meet the filmmakers >>

We are excited to reveal 2021's Diverse Film Fund Filmmakers are...

​​​​​​​Experience a day in the life of a Diverse Film Fund filmmaker >>

The life of a filmmaker can be enigmatic to those of us who haven’t dabbled behind the scenes and on set. We sat down to hear first hand what...